Serena by Sylvia Andrew
Miss Serena Calvert, owner of Anse Chatelet on the West Indian island of St. Just, was determined to give her young niece Lucy a London Season, whatever the financial privations. But their aunt's health would not permit her to launch Lucy herself, and Serena was forced to go, too, as chaperon. Once in England, Serena met a delightful gentleman in slightly scandalous circumstances, and both looked forward to meeting again more formally in London. But that meeting resulted in a massively public snub for Serena, and only then did she become aware that she was the target of revenge.... Full Synopsis
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  • 19th Century
  • Regency
  • England


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